Looking good, their living counterparts can be found in any local pub on a Friday night, particularly tonight!
Lol! I know the types!Looking good, their living counterparts can be found in any local pub on a Friday night, particularly tonight!
I made 2 so far, I am making them bit by bit (every time I accidentally mix too much plastic I pour the excess in to the mould. over time I get a usable skull wall instead of wasted plastic mould hasn't seen much use yet since it is slow to cast oneBeautiful props!
How many castings did the mold of those skull walls produce & is it still in good shape?
Thanks! I do love skulls also, hence why I started teaching myself to sculpt. I have sculpted many many skulls over the past few years (aliens, monsters mostly) but I am still not at the level I want to be so I am continuing to practice.Very nice! I don't know why, but skulls and skeletons have always fascinated me and you got both quality and quantity going for your collection.
I have thought about it, but decided not to as there are plenty available already that look good (Coo model, bones book and skeleton, fattel etc) whereas human skulls that are available are often inaccurate in shape/proportions or very low detail (especially the undersides) so I chose to focus on trying to get good at skulls only and am slowly getting there. Skulls have more uses than full skeletons too so better to focus on them for now.Good looking work, those would compliment many projects. Are you tempted to make or modify entire skeletons, for the more extreme types?
Those ones on ebay are recasts of the Teppachi helmet collection skulls. They are too narrow/long and the undersides have zero detailing, just a large hole. They are ok for background skulls. I got loads in Japan when I bought one or two sets of the helmets and like them for what they are
I did some research hahaYou are obviously well-read and well-experienced in this area. The only skulls I've got are the ones that came with the second COO skeleton and with the bone book one.